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Micro Digital, Inc. to Showcase SMX.Blaze™ and USB at Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose

San Jose, California, Embedded Systems Conference (Booth #3032), Apr. 2, 2007 - Micro Digital, Inc, a leader in providing solutions to embedded systems developers for over thirty years, announced that they will be showing SMX.Blaze and conducting live USB demos in their booth at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose.

SMX.Blaze offers a low-cost solution to 32-bit embedded networking: TCP/IP stack with basic protocols, Ethernet driver, real-time multitasking kernel, kernel awareness and simulator, and BSP code for most popular ARM and ColdFire processors -- all for the price of a stack. SMX.Blaze is an easy to use solution and allows projects to start quick. It has a small size and offers good performance.

Additionally, Micro Digital will be conducting a live hands-on "Learn how to make the USB Connection" demo in their booth at the conference. This demo will include USB audio record and playback, USB thumb drive read and write, USB printer output, and Ethernet over USB (remote NDIS). Micro Digital will show conference attendees how easy it is to add USB to your project at moderate costs.

"Micro Digital is will be showcasing SMX. Blaze as well as presenting a live USB demo at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose," says Ralph Moore, director of sales at Micro Digital. "This is the ideal opportunity for our development team to demo our solutions and provide authoritative answers to technical questions," added Moore.

The Embedded Systems Conference is being held in San Jose April 1-5, 2007 with exhibitions open from April 3-5, 2007. More information on the conference can be found at

About Micro Digital
Micro Digital, Inc is located in Costa Mesa, California. Micro Digital has been in the embedded systems business for over 30 years and has been producing SMX for 18 years. The company is dedicated to providing quality products and support for embedded systems developers at moderate prices.

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